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  Volume 6, Issue 1, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: Pedagogy

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Editors' Introduction: The Teaching Self

pp. 1-6


The Millennial Teacher: Metaphors for a New Generation

pp. 7-24


Buying in, Selling Short: A Pedagogy against the Rhetoric of Online Paper Mills

pp. 25-51

Ethical Representation of Working-Class Lives: Multiple Genres, Voices, and Identities

pp. 53-78

A Material Pedagogy: Lessons from Early-Twentieth-Century Domestic Arts Curricula

pp. 79-101

Queering Pedagogy in the English Classroom: Engaging with the Places Where Thinking Stops

pp. 103-122

From the Classroom

Exploring Ambiguity and Intention: Higher Learning for First-Year Readers and Writers

pp. 123-127

Writing and Citizenship: Using Blogs to Teach First-Year Composition

pp. 128-132

Teaching Race to Students Who Think the World Is Free: Aging and Race as Social Change

pp. 133-140


Associate Editor's Introduction

pp. 143-144


Placing Pedagoy at the Center: The Pain and the Pleasure

pp. 145-148

Moving Beyond the Binaries: A Learning-Centered Approach to Pedagogy

pp. 149-153


Engaging Literature: Difficulty as an Entry to Reading and Writing

pp. 155-159

Into the Difficulties, Out of the Gaps

pp. 159-164


Primus Inter Pares, and Other Contradictory Convictions

pp. 165-172

The Art of Teaching Teaching

pp. 173-178

Learning to Write, Program Design, and the Radical Implications of Context

pp. 179-188

A Call to Arms in a Repressive Atmosphere of Educational Acquiescence

pp. 189-198

Selected List of Books Received

Selected List of Books Received

pp. 199-200



pp. 201-203

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